Tony Romo (back) says he is right on schedule in his rehab. He began throwing at full velocity about a month ago.

It's not Romo's arm that concerns us as much as it's his surgically repaired back and how he'll be able to withstand the hits he will routinely take. That will also affect his ability to scramble outside the pocket. The hope is obviously that he stays healthy following his surgery, but there will certainly be a fair amount of risk involved with drafting him.ANALYST: Howard Bender Mobile App